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Sorting it Out: On Thursday March 30, Yale-NUS screened Sorting it Out, a student-produced documentary about recycling in Singapore. The documentary was followed by a panel discussion between representatives from Zero Waste SG, Forum for the Future, H&M Southeast Asia and the Yale-NUS faculty.
Course List Released: On Monday, March 27, Yale-NUS released the course list for Semester 1 AY2017/2018. One notable highlight was the philosophy course on “Doing Things with Words.” Registry will be in touch with students notifying them about the dates for the first round of registration.
Diversity Week: From March 26 to March 31, there were a host of events held across the Yale-NUS campus, including a movie screening, food outings and various workshops on topics such as managing relationships to building inclusive spaces.
MAXimum Effort: sYNCD announced their end of year dance concert MAX’D OUT. The event is a culmination of months of training and a year of dance practice for Yale-NUS’s various dance groups. Last year’s concert was called Looking Back, Moving Forward. This year the concert will aim to tackle themes that all Yale-NUS students can relate to.
Go-Karting: On April 1, the Saga College Council is organizing a go-kart outing at Jurong. There are limited slots available, and a $20 co-pay of which $10 will be returned upon attendance. Sign up for this at Saga College office.